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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

Chamberiain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are purely vegetable and .on taln no ingredient that can In any way te injurious to the most delicate per fon. Their action is mild andi gentle without any of the painful sensations experience:! by the use of P;i:s. Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets act as a tonic, strengthen the system, and assist the natural movement ot the bowels. For sale by L. Edgley and Co.

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRALIA V. COCHRANE'S ELEVEN. MATCH DRAWN. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

AUSTRALIA V. COCI-IRANE'S ELEVEN. MATCH- DjRAWN. London, Monday. The game was resumed under fine weather conditions. The wicket was good and the attendance 2000. Before O'Connor was caught he made six fourers in succession. At lunch adjournment six wickets were down for 95 runs. On resumption the attendance had increased to 3000. Tarrant took the three last wickets in the Australians' second innings in five balls. Cochrane's team went in and when an adjournment was made for tea, two wickets were down for 48 runs. ? The match was declared a draw when six of Cochrane's men were out for 99 runs. Scores : — . . - Australia— Second Innings. O'Connor, o Uobbs, b Tarrant.. ,, 34 Wliitty, l.b w., b Tarrant .; . .. 10 McAlistcr, c Tarrant, b Buckenliaui .. 12 Bardslejr, b Bnckcnlmm, v : , .. . .. 13 Hnrtigan, 0 Stcdmau, b Barnes . ; ; - . 6 Hansford, cand b Barnea -..-?.-?.O Noble, run out .. , ,.. .. 7 Armstrong, st. Stodmnn, b Tarrant .. ; 24 Hopkins, st. Ktedman, b Tarrant . . 9 Cotter, c...

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McSORLEY'S BILLIARD TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

McSORLEY'S BILLIARD TOURNA MENT. At Mc'Sorley's Rooms: to-niiglit, at 9 '0 clock, the final of the billiard tour nament will be played, when R. Hems worth,- on 801, meets Snowstorm, on 130

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The Rifle. THE KING'S PRIZE. Brisbane, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

The Rifle. THE ICING'S PRIZE. Brisbane, Tuesday. . The King's Prize first stage was won by Stanley with 97, (£5), Cutler was fourth, t£ 2), Moton and Hill. (£1). . ? ? In tho second stage Cutler and Millican tied and have to shoot off Stanley is lead ing in the aggregate with Cutler second.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

Man wants but little here below When wintry winds commence to blow, With sleet and rain and hail and snow, .Man wants but little here, you know. But that same little that he wants ? ' Must make him always feel secure; 1 The wise man knows, so off he goes To purchase JVoocls' Great Peppermint Cure. WAITRESS (ICxperiencodj Wanted fi r Blayney Kefreshmont Koomn, A], ply, immediately, to E. D. WALLEU, Ba thurst Railway UefrOHliment Room?. WANT TO PU KGliASB a well-Biiuateu detached COTTa G E. M iu t be well built and in thorough L'und order. Anplv ?Olemkntp & McCarthy, 'jVT O-LICKNSB LKAGUlfi MlilSTli,(i Tu' J-' NIGMT, Willinm-street. Lcolure HaU \uoiry, from 7 till 7.45. Jluainehs important. Government Architect's Offlce, Bathurst, 13-9-'09. TENDERS, addressed to the Clerk of Petty Sessions at Bathurst, and endorsed 'Tender for Glenburn Public School,' will be received up to noon on MONDAY, the 27th SEPTEM BER, 1909, for ADDITIONS, REPAIRS, AND PAINTING PUBLIC SCHOOL, GLENBURN....

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Correspondence. NORTH WARD ELECTION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

Correspondence.^ NORTH WARD ELECTION. (To the Editor.) ? Sir,— -It is clearly seen by 'Brick-' bal.'s'. remarks in yesterday's 'issue of the- ''Times,' that he is a cur of the worst type. Come out into the open, Brickbat, and show yourself.,! i. . if is easily seen that you are no Bathurst native, by the cowardly way you hide behind your mask. The electors of North Ward will answer . Brickbat's, cowardly attack by returning me ^ at the top of the poll on Satuiday. A. FLANAGAN. ; P.S.— I might state that 'Friday --last was the. first time in my life that I was ever nominated for. Municipal hon ors. If you: want further proof, . I would refer Brickbat to the Return-; ing Officer. A.F. ' j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

\ mm spikitI AS - GOQD I )yd n for t$L ' 1 Ju, WOMEN \ \ ' lok'AS FOR ^h/\ W: I NORTH-SYDNEY, N.S.W. Mrs. A. : E. Gibson, 75 Holterman-St North. Sydney, N.S.W:, -writes:— 'My father and I have taken Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules. Before taking them we were afraid to eat, but now we can eat wall, without any IU effects after wards.,;- We cannot praise them too highly, and we recommend them to anyone suffering with indigestion.' Dr. Sheldono's Digestive Tabules are an unequalled preparation for the cure Indigestion, and all Stomach Troubles. ' Trice, 2s 6d per tin. For sale every where,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

Mr. C. Cook, South Isis, Q.,: says: 'Some time ago, while cane cutting for Mr. Kerr, of Doolbi, I bad' a severe at tack of Colic andi Diarrhoea. I got some medicine from the Qhemist but it did me no good. A l'riond of mine advised me to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and I am pleased that I did, for after taking - a few doses I had entirely recovered I and was lit for work next day.' For vale bx L. Ed/glez ana Co. I

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LATE MRS. G. P. TODD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

LATE MRS. G. P. TODD. I A Wiseman's Creek correspondent supplies the following particulars con cerning the late Mrs. G. P: Todd: Mrs. G. P. Todd, wife of Shire Coun cillor Todd, died very suddently on Thursday, being ill only a few days, and, although the best medical aid was procured, her case , proved fatal. Mrs. Todd was a nurse, and was respected and admired by people of all denomi nations for her religious .character. She was an active, earnest member of the Methodist Church, and our loss is keenly felt. Mrs. Todd leaves a hus band and four children (eldest being 9 years) and numerous ' relatives to mourn their loss. She was 42 years of age, and resided a number of years in the metropolis as nurse.

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FUNERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

: FUNERAL. i The funeral of t)'-! late Mr. II. A.' .Rose took place }w«terday- afternoon, the remains being interred in the Eng lish ^portion of the general ! cemetery. The Rev. A. M. Levick officiated at the graveside. Among those present were the Governor and Deputy-Governor of me uauiuivic uao'i, Deceased, who was 01 years of age, had been in the Government service as warder for 27 years. Mr. Rose was held in very high esteem by his fellow comrades. Three children and a wife are left to mourn their loss. Mr. W. ? Boyd con ducted the funeral.

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Defence of Australia. THE SCHEME OUTLINED. THE COST. £2,500,000 AT ONCE. ONE AND A HALF MILLIONS PER ANNUM. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

Defence of Australia. THE SCHEME OUTLINED. THE COST. . £2,500,000 AT ONCE. ONE ? AND A HALF MILLIONS PER ANNUM. MELBOURNE Tursdav In the. House of .Representatives; the Minister, l'or; Defence moved the second i eadiug, of -tho.' Defence .Bill, and said Australia had been left in peace to de velop its , resources under the flag, while Britain had paid the cost. This was not creditable to Australia. Con ditions were altering 4n tile Pafciiic Ocean,. Britain had 110 battleships in the Pacific, - while Japan had fifteen. In armored cruisers Britain had four and Japan; 12, and. the United States 11. Colonel Foxton had been sent to the Defence Conference to say that Austra lia was anxious to take a larger, share in the defence of the Pacific. Aus tralia was : to provide one armored cruiser of . the, Indomitable class, three unarmored : cruisers ; of the Bristol class, six destroyers, of the improv led river : clasr,, and tnree submarines V'th tile necessary auxiliary vessels i and depots...

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BOGGABRI-MANILLA RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

BOGGABRI-MANILLA RAILWAY. Tho Horn the Minister for Public Works, replying to a deputation that waited upon him, on the 17th instant, stated that lie was in favour of the proposed railway from Boggabri to Manilla. Mr. Lee's pronouncement will be of special interest to tliose of our readers who are concerned with the Wean and Glenevon subdivisions, which, it should be remembered, are to be brought under the hammer — the former on the 29th instant, and the latter ou October' 2nd. Both properties are intersected by the projected rail way, while the soil is adapted for heavy wheat yields. Especially easy terms bring Wean and Glenevon with in the reach of the smallest Investors, and; there Is certain to be a repre sentative attendance of buyers at both sales, in view of the high character of these two Marsh properties.

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AUBURN. VIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

AUBURN. VIC. William Lewis, 39 Victoria-road, Auburn, Melbourne, Vic., writes: — 'We have found Dr. Sheidons' New Discov ery works wonders with our cliLIren. During the cold,- winter monthd w i would not, consider it safe ..?? bo with out it.' Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery ( for Coughs and ColdlB is an unequalled preparation for flie cure of all Chest Complaints and Lung Troubles. Price, Is 6tl and 3s per : bottle. For sale everywhere.

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THE PARKES DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

THE PARKES DISTRICT. The crops in the Parkes District arc showing remarkable growth, over topping tlie fences at places. Some are already bursting into ear. Good hay crops will be gathered even it a change for the worse occurs in the season. Severe frosts have, however, had a bad effect on the early l'ruit in the surrountV.ng high la.nds, and peach crops are practically destroyed for the season. -

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Benefit Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

Benefit Social, The. Bradley benefit social took, place in the Masonic HaU last night, and was a big success. There wore about 100 'couples present. Mr. D. McGee's orchestra supplied splendid music. The floor was in excellent order, and the night being a cool one, a pleasant time was spent by the dancers pre sent. About 11 o'clock the compauy sat down to supper, which was served on the stage. The wantB of those present wore attended to by the follow ing committee of ladies: Mesdames W. Murphy, D. Murphy, Elliott', W. Thomp son, A. Thompson, McMenamin, Len ertz', J. Stevens,' J. Lavell, J. Jagoe, Evans, E. Thurling, Lainson, Gillan, Kearney, O'Brien, Demas, and Hurrell, Misses Raines, Hayward (2), Rivet's (2), Ingersole ^(2), Denis, Stolery, Cruickshanlc, McMenamin, and Mrs. Briggs- (Hon.1 Sec. of ladies committee). Tho duties of Masters of Ceremonies woro parried out by Messrs.. G. Lar liin' and G. O'Kcefo. During .the evening textraa we re sup plied by Mr. Minns, which were much ap...

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University Lectures. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

University Lectures. A meeting was held at the School of Arts last night of the /representa tives of ?; the educational instftutiofns of Bathurst, to consider the question of co-operating with the committee of the Wellington School of Arts, in the endeavor to secure a course of Uni yer.sity Edtenjsion Lectures; l|or the West. Mr. James Rutherford occu pied the chair. There was a good representative attendance. It was de cided that it was desirable to move in the matter of having a course of lectures, and to fall in with the pro position of the Wellington people. The lectures1, if arranged for, will be de livered by Mr. Tec'co, B.A., and would be given during the month of Octo ber./ A sub-committee to carry out the arrangements was: appointed as follows :DiV Machattie, Rev. Father O'Reilly, I-I. E. Britten, B. A', W. E. James, M.A, S. G. Mitchell and J. Bed die. The President, Mr. Rutherford, announced that on account of his ear ly departure from Bathurst, he would not ue amu ia- , u...

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BURNT TO DEATH. ANOTHER CHILD FATALITY. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

BURNT TO DEATH. ANOTHER CHILD FATALITY. : f Sydney. Tuesday. The seven year old daughter of Wil liam David was burnt to death at Wollongong this morning through her dress catching fire.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

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AUSTRALIA. ARCHBISHROP COMING TO LEARN. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

I. » ? : AUSTRALIA, !ARCHBISHROP COMING TO LEARN. London, Tuesday. ihe Archbishop o£ Sydney, Dr. fight, in bis farewell sermon at Mau | e^°r Cathedral, said the call to Aus ™'a was a call to his heart. had been reading the - wealth of ustrallan poets and ; thinkers, and to eaUeh some of thlir ideals re ''B 1110 problems ahead of humau

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THE BRITISH BUDGET. KEIR HARDIE CRACKS HARDY. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

§9 ' THE BRITISH BIJOGET. , KE1R HARD IE CRACKS HARDY. London, Tuesday. I Speaking at Birmingham. Mr. ICeir Hardie, MiP., said the Latfor Pairty -'as supporting the Birlget as a fair s'eP towards their ideal, namely, the absorption by the community for the community's uste, of all unearned in come, whether derived from land or

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